Women's Health at Innova

The pelvic floor is an essential group of muscles and ligaments supporting and stabilizing the organs and body. This grouping helps regulate bladder and bowel processes and is important for optimal sexual function. Pelvic health is essential to optimal function and quality of life.

How can PT help?

Many women experience issues relating to bladder or bowel incontinence, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction and childbirth related changes. Pelvic health physical therapy can help with these issues.

Licensed Physical Therapists are qualified to treat pelvic floor dysfunction using a variety of methods including behavioral training related to bladder and bowel habits, biofeedback, strengthening, and manual techniques.

A sample of conditions pelvic floor rehabilitation may be appropriate for:

  • - Urinary incontinence -
  • - Pelvic Pain -
  • - Pre and post-partum pelvic floor strengthening -
  • - Pain with sexual activity -
  • - Organ prolapse -

What to expect on your first visit

Your initial visit begins with a supportive conversation with your physical therapist (PT) so they can understand how your condition affects your quality of life. Using a holistic approach allows your PT to not only assess your pelvic floor but all body regions that could be contributing to your pelvic health.

This assessment may include an internal examination of the pelvic floor muscles however our first priority is your comfort.

Throughout the examination your therapist will explain their findings, relate them back to your symptoms, and craft an individualized treatment program designed to reach your goals for optimal function.

Depending on what is found during your exam, your PT will craft a treatment program designed to reach your goals for optimum function.

All treatment sessions are 60-minute, one-on one, with a licensed PT.

Together we can Restore, Revitalize and Renew your body.

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